Schism of Lorelei

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic

Featured Review on this writing by GilbertZenner

"Lo" as he's known amongst his fellow tribesmen is a transmigrated soul unfortunately born as their prince. What's so bad about that you say? For one he's the weakest among his people, and the native life with only cowardice, and perseverance as his only skills. Being royalty would be great if not for it's the old school style like the pharaohs when it comes to carrying on the bloodline. In a world where dragons are a stone throw away, divinities are real, and have their own month nothing is guarantee tomorrow.

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The Rupture world


The native language of Lo's race is something I threw together, but when I did bit of research I found out two of the divine months Tallaj the ash gray, Tallaj the reviver, and Freja the blue,
Freja the wicked sky flower were actually names. If any of these words that pop up when they're spoken or thought of have a derogatory meaning I hope you know I didn't mean not in that way.
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Revival & Death: The Ash Dance of the Phoenix


I touched on this a bit, but lets get in more detail here divinities on Lorelei are not refer as gods, or goddesses, but as divine months. They are still deities when they visit other worlds. On
Lorelei why no one refer them as deities such as Jesus Christ, Buddha, or even Uridimus the mad lion like we do here is cause they are consider one part of the cycle of the great creator whom name
will pop up later on. They take pride in their names and most speak (and spoken of) announcing their names. You may also notice in this chapter each divine month haves two names each is assigned a
single color and a trait that describes their roles on Lorelei. Freja the blue, Freja the wicked sky flower for example. Freja the blue= the blue skies of mid Summer, the vastness and depth of her
divine pool also refers to her divine month. Freja the wicked sky flower= always out of reach even for the other divine months, a divine month that has never given her true divine blessing to
anyone.
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Revival & Death: The Ash Dance of the Phoenix (part two)


"Lo" remembers his past life, and a bit of the past that made him so world weary. Our past shapes us so what shapes our past? You're probably wondering why this is version three, well I originally
had typed this chapter earlier, but I lost my internet connection so long story short I lost the chapter twice. Okay that's out of the way I wanted to touch upon "Lo's" native tongue a bit and give
a few translations for some words that don't get really explained. As I said before "Lo's" language is something I threw together first by saying the words I wanted the language to sound natural
rolling off the tongue then I work on how to spell out the words. Now some may say no is an English word, but 'no' doesn't always have the same meaning depending on the language it's spoken in.
Like in Nihongo no haves a totally different meaning than its English version (no usually means of e.g. Minamoto no Yoshitsune) the same is for 'no' when usually "Lo" mentions a persons name 'no'
actually means 'night'. well I got a bit derailed there so let me give a few definitions before I write a book on "Lo's" language. Boshinada= Sacred/Sacred One, usually referring to beings that are
one step below divine, but are regarded with reverence, and deep respect. Rokashnaj= Ancient ancestors, when following Boshinada it refers to ones Sacred Ancient Ancestors for context its similar
to how Christians refer to Adam and Eve. All races on Lorelei haves one, but they are all different even amongst the different Draconian human tribes. Boshina= bless, this word is often use when
referring to a blessing from a divine month. Rakashvanna= Now this is a hard word to accurately describe for it refers to two things. One is the Divine Banquet that all twenty-six Divine months
attend to that takes place for two whole days beginning on the last day of the year, and ending after the first day of the year. Rakashvanna is also a Divine Day, a child of a Divine month like
Gesahj the Greater Wyrm. Unlike the other Divine Day none of the Divine months claim Rakashvanna, nor is it refer with a color, or title Rakashvanna sets the table for the Divine Banquet, and
watches over the Divine months transference over to a new year.
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Cowardice and perseverance the day when Thunder birds dance


As stated before this is a side story about a particular event in "Lo's" past. the next chapter will be finishing up the first chapter this chapter is told mostly in third person from Freja the
blue, Freja the wicked sky flower's view. This is original content for the book so enjoy. Unfortunately sorry for delays well several things happen lately but I'll try to have this and the last
part of chapter one done in two weeks time. thank you for reading and I hope you have a good year.
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